Right....hoodie + skittles is entirely comparable to a sociopathic murder.
I don't see where your going really complaining about Obama and Reverend Al, I'd be more upset at the chief of Police and the state attorney that released Zimmerman the night he shot that kid.
Missing the point there. There's been a concerted national effort to make a local shooting case of disputed circumstances into a huge indictment of white racism. Obama, who has a history of doing things like that, and Sharpton, who also has a history of race baiting, while being a notable racist himself, say nothing when it's a black killing whites. They say nothing when it is blacks killing other blacks. Eric Holder has pointed out what is really going on here in Congressional hearings.
In questions about the hate crimes laws, he's said that while a violent act against a black person by a white person is a hate crime, a violent act by a black person against a white person is most definitely NOT a hate crime, even if the person committing the act yelled racist things while doing said act, or specifically targeted his victim based on race.
Why? According to Holder, there are certain protected classes, (which is BTW not specified in the laws, but is merely his and the Obama Administration's interpretation), that are granted protection under those laws, while other groups, (such as whites), are not.
Which fits in with how these laws have been prosecuted in recent years.
This is all about the same thing, treating races differently, which is un-Constitutional as well as immoral. Which is exemplified by the Martin case, which should have been handled on a local level, and should have attracted no more and no less attention than the case with the British victims I mentioned, or the countless cases of black on black violence.
Martin's life was worth no more and no less than theirs, yet it gets assigned a far greater value for the narrative it depicts, one heavily pushed by the media, the Democrats, and certain other segments of society.
The chief of police and the state attorney made a judgment call. In their view at that time, he should not have been arrested. Presumably, they had their reasons for that, valid or not. Yet you seem to assign far more value to the homicide guy you keep bringing up, as though he has some sort of infallible knowledge merely because he backed your position.
Which is shared by the Martin family, Jackson, Sharpton, Obama, NBC and the rest of the media, and which seems to be to give Zimmerman an unfair trial after he's executed.
Something that contradicts everything America is supposed to stand for, as well as the supposed liberal values that for example stood on display when the Obama Administration insisted on holding civilian trials for KSM and his ilk because they said military tribunals were not fair. A move supported by nearly all Democrats and the media. Yet it seems that fair trials aren't really a liberal priority after all, nor one of the media's priorities. Unless of course they can raise the spectre of white racism. Or some sort of societal defect inherent in America.